Claude de Dommaigné

Room of 21m² and a bathroom of about 4m² with separate shower and WC.

Description and History

Claude de Dommaigné (1605-1650) - Lady of the Grange Moreau

The daughter of Jean Moreau married in 1395 Guillaume de Dommaigné. This is how the de Dommaigné appeared at Grange Moreau. Claude de Dommaigné, the heir to Grange Moreau, married on November 24, 1629, René de Bouillé, lord of Champrond, lieutenant of a company maintained by the king.

The family moved into this dwelling from 1630. Eleven times godmother in the parish registers of Vallon between 1631 and 1636, Claude de Dommaigné gave birth to six of her children between 1632 and 1637. On November 29, 1631, her husband made faith and homage to the lord of Vallon for the Grange Moreau. In 1635, he added meadows and lands by feudal withdrawal. The family sold this property in 1637, ending a long family history. They moved to the manor house of Mazouët in Vaas, one of the family lands of the Bouillés.

Come and discover this emotionally rich history in this historic room where the de Bouillé family left its mark.

Room equipment

  • 1 bed 180x200cm
  • Free Wifi
  • Kettle
  • Coffee machine
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety equipment (fire extinguisher)
Breakfast included.